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AuthorViews Tour, Communication Models, Community, Main Page, Steve O'Keefe »

[30 Jun 2005 | No Comment | ]

As the AuthorViews Summer Tour continues in Austin, Texas, IAOC vice president Steve O'Keefe interviews Electronic Frontier Foundation pioneer, iconoclast, and author Jon Lebowsky about his new book, Extreme Democracy. The book is a fascinating collection of essays on how technology is changing politics.

Industry »

[30 Jun 2005 | No Comment | ]

Companies are beginning to use wiki technology to create collaboration tools to save time and create centralized knowledge warehouses.

AuthorViews Tour, Main Page, Steve O'Keefe »

[29 Jun 2005 | No Comment | ]

The first stop on the AuthorViews Summer Tour 2005 is Austin, Texas, and the home of Hank Jones, an intellectual property attorney specializing in Open Source…

Industry »

[29 Jun 2005 | No Comment | ]

Companies are scraping blogs accross the Internet for opinions and attitudes of their potential customers.

Industry »

[28 Jun 2005 | No Comment | ]

Corporations are now using blogs to communicate with the marketplace. Are they affective? What are the risks?

AuthorViews Tour, Main Page, Steve O'Keefe »

[27 Jun 2005 | No Comment | ]

IAOC vice president Steve O'Keefe treks
across the American West with a camera crew shooting free
videos. Day 0: Getting Ready to Miss New Orleans.

Industry »

[27 Jun 2005 | 2 Comments | ]

Blogs and wikis have a role in the enterprise as internal communications and colaboration tools.

Non-profit »

[20 Jun 2005 | No Comment | ]

I hope everyone is having a wonderful summer so far. The blogweek entitled “Blogs and Non-Profits” has been set for the week of July 11th. We'll have participation from some executive directors of non-profits who have been using blogs, RSS and content management systems to better deliver their organization's message.
It should be an informative and entertaining week of posts. If you're interested in participating, please let me know via email at dmr@dvcotechnology.com

Europe »

[19 Jun 2005 | No Comment | ]

It seems to me that PR pro and marketers now have in their hands great tools to track what is being said about their brand in the online world. Ok, the technology is everything but new, but it's now so easy to use for anyone who takes the time to understand the way it goes that it would be so sad not to get use to them.Seting up a RSS feed thanks to Feedster, PubSub or that kind of tools is dead easy and brings a lot's of help to …

Europe »

[18 Jun 2005 | No Comment | ]

The common attitude of Italian companies is that nobody reads online media, and therefore the investments and efforts devoted to creating and growing the online presence are negligible. Part of the problem is due to PR agencies, which are usually not able to communicate to online media.
Instead of investing in the improvement of their understanding of online media, these agencies try to convince their clients – and unfortunately often succed – that online media are useless.
Because of this situation, blogs are still far away from the corporate world. Apart from …